Looking for a great trail near Bondurant, Wyoming? AllTrails has 5 great hiking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Karns Meadow Park or Upper Green River Recreation Area, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 3 moderate trails in Bondurant ranging from 8.5 to 18.7 miles and from 6,322 to 8,346 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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3 months ago

Nice little valley hike with views of surrounding mountains. The Land Bridge is pretty self-explanatory regarding the geology. It is fascinating.

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4 months ago

Great day hike from Green River Lakes campground to the natural bridge and back. Heads up, the drive to Green River Lakes TH and the Highline trail (first 2 miles) is teeth chattering washboard for most of 1.5 hrs.

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Fri Jul 27 2018

This is one of many hikes that can done from the Green River Lake trailhead, which is extensively used for camping and lake access. There are places to launch boats and swim. The 18 mile dirt road to the trailhead is in good shape and people drive it pretty fast. Clouds of mosquitos in places, but my repellent worked just fine. Without repellent you will be miserable. Bear spray is also recommended, but my hike was bear free. This is a popular access point to the Wind Rivers Range/Bridger Teton wilderness for backpacking. The day hike options are limited. I had planned to go to Slide Lake, but the bridge across the river was washed out and it did not look safe to ford, as it was deep and running vigorously. So, I went to the natural bridge, which was underwhelming, but it was a nice enough hike.The trail continues a bit past the natural bridge, but then seemed to peter out. The wildflowers were beautiful and there is a nice waterfall right where you turn left on to the Clear Creek trail after passing the lake. On the way back, I did a loop around the other side of the lake on the Lakeside trail, but kind of regretted it, as it was a lot of up and down. This worked out to about an 11 mile hike. I saw a few other hiking groups, but it was relatively uncrowded on the trails.

This trail has a tremendous amount of blow down once you get off the Cliff Creek trail. It needs trail maintenance before it is back to being a five star trail. Beautiful area. Very buggy in mid-July. One stream crossing.

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Wed Jul 04 2018

Did this one last week of June 2018. The trails follows the lower lake for a few miles with a view of beautiful mountains and winding rivers. As you head away from the lake you follow the river that flows into the lower lake as it winds through meadows and end up at a natural bridge. The backside of bridge is better than front and getting on top gives you another nice view of some peaks. The campground outside the hike is very pretty and spacious but we were victims of very hungry mosquitoes once the sun went down. The trail was basically my group and no one else.

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Sun Jul 01 2018

An easier hike, but a pretty long one. The elevation gain is gradual and with a fair number of ups and downs. The wildflowers couldn’t have been better. Absolutely amazing. Also a wonderful mix of terrain including meadows, forests, and some sage brush. Not much wildlife on this day. Singing birds the whole way, a couple of marmots, and we heard one pika. About 4 miles into the hike there is a major landslide that has wiped out the trail completely and totally. We used GPS and the AllTrails app to cross the landslide and bush hack a bit to find the trail on the other side. There were some horse/game trails that were helpful. We went with our large dog and he was able to navigate everything but it would be difficult for some people and animals to navigate the downfall and rocky areas. The falls were beautiful and well worth the hike. We took a path toward the end that you don’t have to and probably shouldn’t. Instead of going up the hill, follow the less worm path left along the water toward the falls. Much much easier than going up and over. The lower, flat path is the way we took back from the falls to the main trail. At least at this time of year there are lots of creeks and streams to cross so be ready for wet feet. We started from the trailhead at 12:30PM and got back at 6:30PM, including stopping for lunch and other stops for pictures and sight seeing. We never lost the sun behind the cliffs the whole time. The temp was mid 60s with a breeze and it was perfect. Highly recommended!

It's Faler Lake isn't it?

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Tue Jun 19 2012

The trail to the hot springs is just that. If you want more of a hike go to the Hot Springs and take the trail head to the North. There are several Trail Heads along the road up to the Camping areas. Most of them are for horses, but that is how a lot of the trails started.

A strenuous but spectacular hike along the southern Gros Ventre range. Amazing mountain peaks, almost no traffic, and links to several other great trails.

The falls and hot springs are great, but the trail is basically a hike on the other side of the creek from the road. Also it is heavily used by horses. Do yourself a favor and drive to the hot springs and then hike up the granite trail instead.

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Sat Jul 22 2017